In its 49th year, the Summer Arts Festival presents a weekend of sensory stimulation Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Fir Grove Park near the Arts Center in Roseburg. This event sees up to 10,000 people some years.
Oregon’s arts and culture sector contributed $687 million and 22,299 jobs to Oregon’s economy in fiscal year 2015, according to the latest Arts & Economic Prosperity study from Americans for the Arts.
Beards and brews will fill up the Backside Brewing Company parking lot Saturday, June 24 for the third annual Mike Forrester's Lumberjack Contest.
Highlighting the creative efforts of 39 local dance students, the Chitwood Studio of Dance will hold its 48th annual recital at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Friday at Jacoby Auditorium on the Umpqua Community College campus.
The Oregon Community Foundation awarded more than $30,000 this year to arts-related nonprofits serving Douglas County.
OAKLAND — With villains, sweethearts and heroes, the Oakland Community Theater Summer Melodrama presents “B Mine Forever,” which opens Friday and runs for two weekends at the Washington School gym637 Locust St., Oakland.
In its 34th year, Belly Dancer USA 2017 will hold two days of competition at Seven Feathers Casino Resort Saturday and Sunday, where grace and elegance will be judged on an international scale.
A local favorite, Portland guitarist and blues hall of famer Terry Robb returns to play from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Friday, June 9, at Oran Mor Artisan Mead, 305 Melrose Road, Roseburg, across from Kruse Farms.
The Oregon Farm Bureau invites the public to capture Oregon scenes and submit photos for the 2018 Oregon’s Bounty Calendar Contest.
Coming down from the mountains to share a passion for music, acoustic duo Moonglow will perform at Oran Mor Artisan Mead for the first time on Friday since the meadery opened its doors last June.
Spanning the gamut of human emotion, six actors from the Umpqua Actors Community Theatre will bring those emotions to life beginning opening night tonight in “Steel Magnolias” at the Betty Long Unruh Theatre that runs until June 18.
The Douglas County Youth Orchestra will give its final performance of the season Thursday at the Roseburg High School Rose Theatre where it will play American folk themes and original compositions by local musicians.
Highlighting community culture, the Umpqua Chamber Orchestra and the Umpqua Community College Chamber Choir will perform at the 17th Annual Young Soloist Concert on Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church in Roseburg.
The Umpqua Community Center will hold its 24th Annual Plant Sale and Mother's Day Breakfast this weekend, with a plant sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. The breakfast will be held from 8 a.m to noon on Sunday, at 806 Hubbard Creek Road, Umpqua.